Posts Tagged focus


Accepting Trials

I could probably write a book on this topic, but I am going to try and narrow it down to a simple post. I am glad at this point in my life that God has helped me to grow beyond the proclivity to spend days and days upon the pity pot when trials hit my […]

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Is Your Reticular Activating System Programmed for God?

Repost from May 14th, 2012 First off, what exactly is the Reticular Activating System? The Reticular Activating System (RAS) is made up of a group of cells that run from the base of our brain to the central cortex. It is the job of the (RAS) to block out all sensory information that’s non-essential to you […]

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Why Don’t You Smile More?

Have you ever walked down the street, or through a store, and just looked at people’s facial expressions? If all you had to go by was the look on people’s faces, you might come to the conclusion that most people are bored, depressed, and mad or zoned out. If someone was watching us, I wonder […]

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12 Quotes to Inspire Your life!

I’m a pretty big optimist when it comes to life. I don’t walk around with a big grin on my face all the time, but I’m a happy person. The reason I’m a happy person is I put a lot of effort into controlling the things I focus on. Now, I have my share of […]

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Is Your Reticular Activating System Programmed for God?

First off, what exactly is the Reticular Activating System? The Reticular Activating System (RAS) is made up of a group of cells that run from the base of our brain to the central cortex. It is the job of the RAS to block out all sensory information that’s non-essential to you and me right now. […]

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